A wee quick photo from the Annual Fireworks concert, this was taken from Arthur’s Seat. A wee album will follow.
Taken Wednesday evening, Portobello Beach
I love the reflection on lights reflecting off the wet sand.
taken with a iPhone, I am always impressed the quality of photo from these devices.
some, many are actually better than my ‘real’ camera, not yet a DSLR, but I’ll upgrade soon.
Just wish I was more interested way back, as I think my composition/quality has improved
looking back through old photos, I always say/think I could now do so much better.
The Edinburgh festivals have only but a few days left, hopefully you managed to get out and enjoy it.
amongst the plethora of street performers this guy plied his trade between the Old Town Venues. A bloke called Tony Roberts from Australia, who emulated the sensational escape acts of Harry Houdini.
Only Edinburgh during August is it perfectly normal to find people Eating fire, juggling machetes on a uni cycle, or perhaps sandwiched between beds of nails and or course wrapped in chains between a tennis racquet.
More Photos will follow later.. maybe.. 😉
This is a quirky wee thing, in Edinburgh for the Festival Brick City @ Riddle’s Court (found at the back of Riddle’s Close) (venue 277)
it’s for kids, but the Close has been decorated in Lego info here Looks great!
Another view of the Portuguese Cannon, atop of Calton Hill looking down Princes street
The Scottish Parliament Building, at Hollyrood
The High Street on the Royal Mile with her iconic red telephone boxes
Taken Tuesday 20th June 2017; the penultimate longest day
today I present to you, the very beautiful view from Regent Road – Obviously not taken today, as it’s awfy dreich… it’s pishin doon!
A great view over the Old Town, the dominant Arthur’s Seat and Salisbury Crags, with the Scottish Parliament peeping out the corner, the New Calton burial ground plus a fair bit more.